|Since 1958, more than 1,000 students have attended Epiphany School. Epiphany embraces all of its alumni—graduates and former students alike. Whether you left Epiphany last year or more than fifty years ago, you are an important part of the School’s past, present, and future.|
|Ethan Rutherford '92|
Ethan Rutherford ’92 is a writer living in Minneapolis. His first book of short stories, entitled The Peripatetic Coffin and Other Stories
, will be released May 7 and has received rave pre-publication reviews. Ethan will be at the Elliott Bay Bookstore in Seattle on Tuesday, May 21 at 7:00 pm to promote the book and read excerpts. He would love to see Epiphany classmates in Seattle and at other stops on his promotional tour including Portland and San Francisco. For specific information on all things book-related, check www.ethanrutherford.net
|Alana Bell '97|
Alana Bell ’97, Assistant Director of Multicultural Affairs at Seattle Academy, is one of five recipients of the school’s 2012 Building Our Future award. This year the award emphasizes the Power of Citizenship. Alana is being honored, along with other faculty/staff and community partners, for her dedication as Seattle Academy’s community liaison, connecting students to service and life in Seattle Academy’s urban community.
|Alumni Middle School Panel|
In October, 8th grade students Margaret Conn ’10, Eli Fonseca ’10, Laura Malatos ’10, and Pavan Nagaraj ’10 served on the Epiphany alumni middle school panel, speaking to current Epiphany 5th graders as they look earnestly at middle schools. “Do you have lockers?” “Is it hard to make new friends?” “Is there a lot of homework?” The foursome answered these questions along with about 20 others, putting 5th graders’ minds at ease. Yes, you will be ready. And yes, there are lots of great schools ready for you!
|Carl Barnes '0|
Carl Barnes '05 is a freshman at University of Colorado-Boulder, where he is a journalism major and member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. Before entering CU, Carl competed last spring in the 2012 Division II State Lacrosse Finals for Garfield High School and made Eagle Scout last May in Troop 15 based at Epiphany Church.
|Renita Gray '09 |
Renita Gray '09 is a freshman on Garfield High School's varsity volleyball team - Go Bulldogs!
|The Best Year of My LIfe|
By Sydney Janssen ’11
Last year was by far the best year of my life, which surprised me. Before we left on our trip around the world, I was so sad and dreading going on the trip. The biggest reason I didn’t want to leave was because of my dog Lucy. I couldn’t bear the fact that we would be away from her for 383 days.
We started off the trip with a visit to Africa, in Kenya and Tanzania, which ended up being my favorite place on the planet. From there we visited pretty much everywhere else. After Africa, my favorite place was Austria, where we spent our winter skiing. That was nice too because we could have some friends come over and visit us since we were there for so long.
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